Circuit Webteam: August 2020
Pre-recorded sunday services have become very popular over the last 5 months.
For many, they have been a vital resource enabling congregations to worship at home. As congregations gradually return to their buildings, there will be many that cannot return and so each week a pre-recorded service will be available for anyone in the circuit to download.
We hope to have a variety of local preachers and ministers leading these services. Whether you are an 'old hat', a beginner or just curious, if you are a local preacher, minister or church techie, then we have an evening just for you! All you will ever want to know!
Thursday 10 September, 7.30pm — 9pm (on Zoom)
Phil Summers will share tips on how to get the best effects when recording — light, sound, use of video, text, special effects.
Andrew Biggs will remind us of the latest Copyright rules.
Come with your ideas and questions. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register interest and receive the Zoom link
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